TDA Continuing Education

Courses, Events, Webinars, and Resources

As a dentist, you need continuing education. But what CE do you need—and how can you get it? We can help. As a member of TDA, ADA, and your local society, you get unparalleled access to CE opportunities and resources. Your membership helps you comply with CE requirements and stay on top of the knowledge you need.

Continuing Education from TDA, ADA, & your Local Society

The TDA Meeting

Learn more about the TDA's annual meeting scheduled for May 16-18, 2024 in San Antonio, Texas

Click here to visit the TDA Meeting page,

TDA Dental Concierge

Confused by TSBDE CE requirements? Don't be. Simplify your CE with our new TDA Dental Concierge app! Track your CE with a personalized dashboard. Browse high-quality courses that you can take to meet requirements. Set reminders to keep track of your course load. And submit to TSBDE with an easy, stress-free transfer process.
Ready to get started?
Click here to visit the Dental Concierge homepage, where you can make an account and get going. And don’t forget to download the app! iPhone users, click here to download from the App Store. Android users,  click here to download from Google Play

Courses Available
Below are the courses available directly through the TDA Dental Concierge. Click the course title to see more information. You can sign up for courses at

CE Requirements for Texas Dentists

Keeping track of all the different CE requirements can be hard. We’ve made it easier. This infographic tells you what you need to know and what you need to take.

Click here for the CE Requirements for Texas Dentists infographic. (Members only.)

Component Societies

Many of TDA’s local component societies also offer members-only CE opportunities in your area, which may fit your schedule and/or location better. Click here to get in touch with your component society.

ADA Continuing Education

As part of your tripartite membership, you also get access to a variety of CE opportunities through the American Dental Association. Click here to visit the ADA’s Continuing Education page.

ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve nor endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

TDA designates each educational course for a specified number of CE units.

Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP at